Readers who enjoy the Amazon Kindle e-Book reader's concept for letting you consume literature in electronic form—but won't purchase one until they see what's inside—will love this post. RapidRepair's taken apart the Kindle bit by bit, showing you exactly what's inside. Unless you're a hardware engineer, seeing the internals probably don't add much to your enjoyment of anything, but it does saves yourself from having to void the warranty on your own. [RapidRepair via TheRawFeed]
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